The CTE Advanced Graphic Design students presented their branding projects to a panel of local advisory board judges in mid-December. The project timeline was approximately six weeks for the dual enrollment students to create a fictitious company, logo, marketing, print materials, website homepage and commercial storyboard. The four students had 10 minutes to explain their projects and the judges then scored the work based on concept, presentation and many other components. Instructor Linda Walker guided the students through the Advertising Design course final project.
Photo: Rich Damewood explained his project to the panel in detail. Judges from left were Jennifer Yesh, ISD; Joey Hamilton, Superior Receipt; and Alek Haak-Frost, Watershed Voice.